Kern Service and Conservation Program
Membership in the Chavez Corps/KSACC program is open to both those in need of a high school diploma as well as high school graduates up to the age of 26. Corpsmembers selected may earn vocational and work experience credits and may also work as peer tutors in basic educational programs offered at FIELD Learning Centers. They work and train with graduate school level mentors and credentialed teachers to deliver instruction.
Programs We Offer
Education - teaching, peer tutoring, recycling and naturalist work
Environmental - conservation, community service and work-based learning
Community - outreach, recruitment, assessment, enrollment, placement, and evaluation
Emergency Food Distribution - In partnership with San Jose Conservation Corps, KSACC is assisting the local food banks with assembly of food packages for distribution to families in need and those impacted by Covid-19.
Assisting the Office of Emergency Services at the emergency animal shelters to assist with general care for animals displaced by wildfires in Butte County.
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